Last night saw the highly anticipated final of this year’s season of The Apprentice. In the hotly contested female final it was Leah Totton who came out on top with her plans for a chain of non-surgical cosmetic clinics. The newly qualified doctor Leah won the show with her ambitious business plan to build a nationwide chain of ‘Botox clinics’. The clinics themselves will offer the popular non-surgical treatment of Botox and additionally will offer fillers and chemical peels; all of which are treatments designed to help stem the process of ageing. Totton stated on the show that she viewed her Botox chain as a “fantastic business opportunity, completely unique and it’s extremely lucrative”. The chain of clinics is incredibly similar to the service offered by Courthouse Clinics, the largest doctor led, non-surgical provider in the UK. Courthouse has clinics nationwide and even has one in the MYA Fenchurch Clinic where it operates as CHC@MYA and provides a range of non-surgical services. These treatments are all provided by a medical professional in a CQC registered clinic environment